11 selected for Big Ten leadership programs
The Executive Vice Chancellor’s Office has announced its annual selection of faculty and executive-level professional staff who will attend two Big Ten Academic Alliance leadership programs this year.
Academic Leadership Program
Renee Batman , Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief Administrative Officer, Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor
Rick Bevins, Chancellor’s Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology
Megan Elliott, Founding Director, Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts
Martha Mamo, John E. Weaver Professor and Department Head, Agronomy and Horticulture
Angela K. Pannier Professor of Biological Systems Engineering
Will Thomas, Professor of History, John and Catherine Angle Chair in the Humanities
Fellows will attend a series of three conferences and on-campus events throughout the academic year learning about leadership and a broad range of topics, including community engagement, diversity and inclusion, freedom of expression, challenging conversations, mental health, student success and the social value of higher education.
Department Executive Officers Program
Lindsey Bahe, Associate Professor and Director, Interior Design Program
Michael Herman, Professor and Director, School of Biological Sciences
Sophia Perdikaris, Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology
Michael Scheel, Professor and Chair, Department of Educational Psychology
Francisco Souto, Professor and Director, School of Art, Art History and Design
Fellows will attend a three-day conference learning about leadership at a departmental level, including unique perspectives and challenges regarding faculty development, performance, communication, conflict resolution, time management and mentoring.
Contact Judy Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about these leadership opportunities.